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KUWAIT CITY, May 29: The concerned authorities in the Interior Ministry were alerted when the Snapchat video clip of a girl holding a violations book saying, “I will issue citation to anyone who bothers me,” went viral. She also showed several driving licenses allegedly taken from vehicles. Criminal securitymen have started investigations to arrest the girl and the officer who gave her the violations book and driving licenses taken from citizens and expatriates. Sources said the Electronic Crimes Section in the Criminal Security Department is closely monitoring all social media platforms in a bid to arrest anyone who violates the law and engages in immoral activities.
Citizen beats up traffic officer: A Kuwaiti man beat a traffic officer when the latter issued a citation for his traffic violation. While on duty in Oyoun, Jahra, the officer signaled for the accused to stop as he committed a traffic violation. When the officer approached the accused, several people gathered giving the citizen a chance to escape. The officer then checked the vehicle of the accused and it turned out he caused several traffic accidents. The accused was arrested after a hot chase and he was referred to the concerned security department while investigations are ongoing to identify and arrest the persons who facilitated his escape.
Bedoun cheat held: The Jahra police have taken into custody an unidentified bedoun for cheating people by claiming he has special powers to cast out evil spirits, reports Al-Shahed daily. The daily added, the arrest came after a Kuwaiti complained to the police that the suspect took KD 100 from him and promised to cast out evil spirit from his son who was allegedly possessed according to the bedoun. The Kuwaiti told the police the bedoun conducted several sessions but the condition of his son did not improve. The bedoun has been referred to the concerned authorities. Meanwhile, A Jordanian, whose identity has not been disclosed, has filed a complaint with the Fintas Police Station accusing a citizen and four Syrians of stealing his passport, cash money and camera worth KD 600, reports Al-Anba daily. Police are looking for the suspects.
By Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff